All articles from the summer, 2016 edition reproduced online.
At a recent conference organised by ElectromagneticHealth.org in Connecticut in the US, world experts presented evidence that electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellphones and other digital devices such as tablets, Wi-Fi routers, cellphone masts or towers, baby monitors, antennae, Bluetooth earpieces and Smartboards can cause permanent and lethal harm to children. Researchers from Yale University cited […]
Some political leaders display “racism, sexism and intolerance” and “cannot even string together a sentence without making a fool of themselves”. As a result, they are not examples of good leadership, says Professor Jonathan Jansen, vice chancellor of the University of the Free State.
One hundred years ago, the foundation stone of the St Andrew’s College Chapel in Grahamstown was laid. This beautiful building, designed by Sir Herbert Baker, is the twin of St Michael and all Angels, Boksburg, Gauteng, which was built in 1912.
At the recent ISASA conference held on 7-10 September 2013 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, member schools and invited guests paid tribute to Jane Hofmeyr for her leadership of the organisation as she exits formally at the end of the year to pursue other projects.
Tourists generally go to Thailand to relax or explore. But going to school there is not nearly as much fun, reports The New York Times. A visit to public schools in Bangkok suggested to reporters that the education system is based on a militaristic, punitive philosophy reminiscent of part-military dictatorships.